History Anime / Pokemon3

9th Dec '16 11:21:24 PM DuelMark
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* UndyingLoyalty: Entei towards Molly.

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* UndyingLoyalty: UndyingLoyalty:
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Entei towards Molly.Molly, even willing to face the Unown that created him.
** Showing how its time since the Orange Islands changed it, Charizard's loyalty to Ash is the reason it appears in the film. Seeing Ash on a news report while in the Charicific Valley, it choose to fly over and help him without anyone else aware.
8th Dec '16 6:37:17 AM N8han11
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** Not just that. As she starts crying and getting angry, the whole room starts producing crystal spikes, in order to try and isolate her from what is causing her anger (Ash and his mother trying to take her away). Eventually, the emotional turmoil gets so confusing, as she can't decide whether to stay with Entei or leave with Ash and causing Entei to disappear, thus the reason of the turmoil, [[spoiler: the Unown go berserk and starts crystallizing the whole field, so out of control that they won't even follow Molly's will. When Entei has overpowered Ash and is about to deal a killing blow to Charizard, Molly finally breaks down sobbing and begs for it all to just end]].

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** Not just that. As she starts crying and getting angry, the whole room starts producing crystal spikes, in order to try and isolate her from what is causing her anger (Ash and his mother trying to take her away). Eventually, the emotional turmoil gets so confusing, as she can't decide whether to stay with Entei or leave with Ash and causing Entei to disappear, thus the reason of the turmoil, [[spoiler: the Unown go berserk and starts crystallizing the whole field, so out of control that they won't even follow Molly's will. When Entei has overpowered Ash and is about to deal a killing blow to Charizard, Molly finally breaks down sobbing and begs for it all to just end]].



* WoobieDestroyerOfWorlds: Molly's parents both disappear from her life, and, in her grief, decides to reshape reality to make herself happy. Though it isn't stated she wants to destroy the world, the Unown's powers go completely out of control toward the end...
** That would be due to the fact she can't decide whether to stay with Entei or go with Ash, mostly because Entei would disappear, leaving her without a father again. She's a little girl, and any child would get confused at a moment like this. The Unown simply couldn't keep up with her anymore and went rogue. She's clearly wishing for them to stop at the end, but it's obvious they can no longer obey.

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* WoobieDestroyerOfWorlds: Molly's parents both disappear from her life, and, in her grief, decides to reshape reality to make herself happy. Though it isn't stated she wants to destroy the world, the Unown's powers go completely out of control toward the end...
** That would be due to the fact she can't decide whether to stay with Entei or go with Ash, mostly because Entei would disappear, leaving her without a father again. She's a little girl, and any child would get confused at a moment like this. The Unown simply couldn't keep up with her anymore and went rogue. She's clearly wishing for them to stop at the end, but it's obvious they can no longer obey.
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2nd Dec '16 8:18:56 PM bud0011
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Released with [[Recap/PokemonPK7PikachuAndPichu Pikachu and Pichu]].



* ProductPromotionParade: The song-and-dance in the back-alley funhouse, which serves solely to introduce the new mons.
** And an excuse for [[EarWorm gratuitous swing music]].
17th Nov '16 4:47:28 PM ErebusElysium
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* CrystalLocation: The Unown collectively grant the wishes of the young girl Molly, transforming her family's mansion into a palace made of pure crystal. Their corrupting influence proceeds to spread outward, turning everything else into pure crystal.

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* CrystalLocation: CrystalLandscape: The Unown collectively grant the wishes of the young girl Molly, transforming her family's mansion into a palace made of pure crystal. Their corrupting influence proceeds to spread outward, turning everything else into pure crystal.
17th Nov '16 2:16:45 PM ErebusElysium
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* CrystalLocation: The Unown collectively grant the wishes of the young girl Molly, transforming her family's mansion into a palace made of pure crystal. Their corrupting influence proceeds to spread outward, turning everything else into pure crystal.
30th Oct '16 6:11:29 AM StarTropes
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* HopeSpot: Molly manages to stop Entei from killing Ash and Charizard, and decides that she wants things restored to the way they were. The crystals start to recede...and then the Unown go completely out of control.
10th Aug '16 10:45:01 AM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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* GenreSavvy: Seeing news footage of his trainer instantly alerted Charizard that he might get in trouble again.
4th Aug '16 11:49:10 AM CJCroen1393
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* GigglingVillain: The Unown are a giggling HiveMind EldritchAbomination. It's exactly as creepy as it sounds.
3rd Aug '16 12:43:17 PM CJCroen1393
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* AdaptationalBadass: The Unown. In the games, they're basically gimmick characters with only a single attack and nothing more than cosmetic differences between them. In this film, they're nigh-unstoppable reality warpers.

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* AdaptationalBadass: The Unown. In the games, they're basically gimmick characters with only a single attack and nothing more than cosmetic differences between them. In this film, they're nigh-unstoppable reality warpers. Possibly justified as the games state that Unown are exponentially more powerful when all of them are together, but in the games you can only use one at a time.



* CreepyChildrenSinging: The Unown's PokemonSpeak sounds like the classic slow "laa laaa laaaa" that you'd expect in a horror movie.



* DarkerAndEdgier: Compared to the last film. This one is definitely more psychological (which is not a word commonly associated with Pokémon), and has far more creepy antagonists in the shape of the Unown. [[spoiler: Also Entei comes ''dangerously'' close to ''killing'' Ash's Charizard at the end of their fight]].

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* DarkerAndEdgier: Compared to the last film. This one is definitely more psychological (which is not a word commonly associated with Pokémon), and has far more creepy antagonists in the shape of [[EldritchAbomination the Unown.Unown]]. [[spoiler: Also Entei comes ''dangerously'' close to ''killing'' Ash's Charizard at the end of their fight]].
3rd Aug '16 12:26:03 PM CJCroen1393
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* EldritchAbomination: Essentially what the Unown are.

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* EldritchAbomination: Essentially what the Unown are. Certainly helped by the fact that they're rendered in ConspicuousCG, which serves to make them look more otherworldly.
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